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From: The Flash vol. 3

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Justice League and Suicide Squad #harleyquinn #batman

From: Justice League vs. Suicide Squad

From: Justice League vs. Suicide Squad

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From: The Flash #40

From: Supergirl #5, 2012


From: Superman #32


From: Batman: Dawnbreaker #1

Wonder Woman has finally hit the big screen! After decades in comic books, television, animated movies, the Super Friends, Justice League and Justice League Unlimited and many others i’m probably forgetting, Wonder Woman has finally landed her own feature film.  And it was a really good movie.

A few things I appreciated about the film right off the bat (see what I did there?) were the direction, cinematography and action choreography.  Patty Jenkins should be applauded for taking this character, the mythos and location hopping and not turning it into one big commercial for the upcoming Justice Leauge movie.  You definitely get your tie-ins to the larger DC universe, as shown in the first three scenes of the movie when a Wayne Enterprises armored truck pulls up to the Louvre museum in Paris and a note from Bruce Wayne, but that is it for the rest of the movie.

The movie is told as one complete tale that solely focuses on Wonder Woman and her journey from the relative safety of Themyscira, through the trenches of what I am assuming was the Somme and to the final climactic battle with the head of the German war machine in the grim and grey of World War I.  She has a fully fleshed out character arc and I totally appreciate the care that went into crafting this tale.

Gal Gadot lights up the screen every time she appears and for all intents and purposes IS Wonder Woman.  She is unfairly beautiful, emotive, charismatic, charming and you can tell she fully prepared physically for this role.  She’s the best thing about the movie (as she should be) and I would argue that she was the best thing about Batman V Superman as well.

Chris Pine is Captain Kir– um, Steve Trevor, the dashing spy that crash lands in Themyscira and is the catalyst for Wonder Woman to leave her home and protect the world from the threat of war.  Pine is great as usual, with his familiar Kirk swag, but he never outshines Gadot.  A delicate balance struck by Patty Jenkins, to which more kudos should be given.

I don’t want to go into too much more detail about the movie for fear of spoiling some of the more exciting moments of the movie. Suffice to say, this is a film that should be experienced inside the theater. 

So what are you waiting for?

 



From: Wonder Woman Annual #1 (Rebirth) (2017)

Writer – Greg Rucka

Artist – Nicola Scott

Letters – Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Letters – Jodi Wayne

From: Batman #22, 2017 – “The Button” Part Three

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The Joker beats Robin to death. (Batman: A Death in the Family)

Sometime in late 1987, DC Comics and Batman editor Dennis O’Neil became aware that Jason Todd had become unpopular with readers and decided to remove him from the Robin role. The question was how to do that. Seeking a new way to interact with fans, and perhaps inspired by references to a dead Jason in Frank Miller’s non-canonical future history comic book miniseries, The Dark Knight Returns, the company set up two 1-900 number 50-cent hotlines giving callers the ability to vote for or against Jason’s death. The call-in period started after publication of the issue in which Jason and his mother are trapped in the warehouse.

Over 10,000 votes were cast, with the final vote being 5,343 votes for Jason to die over 5,271 for him to live. DC published A Death in the Family to massive media attention, some of it critical. Over a decade later, in a Newsarama interview conducted alongside writer Judd Winick, O’Neil said: “I heard it was one guy, who programmed his computer to dial the thumbs down number every ninety seconds for eight hours, who made the difference.” If true, that would have amounted to over 200 votes (and 100 dollars), certainly enough to decide the count. There is no way to confirm that rumor, but it adds uncertainty to the question of whether the poll was an accurate measure of what fans wanted to happen to Jason Todd.

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The issue of Jason Todd’s death was often raised over the years in the mainstream Batman stories, becoming almost as important a factor in his life as the death of his parents. It intensified Batman’s feud with the Joker, making it even more personal. In the course of the Batman: Knightfall story arc, Batman is exposed to the Scarecrow’s fear toxin, causing him to hallucinate about Jason’s death. However, instead of fear, he reacts in rage, and brutally beats the Joker while screaming Jason’s name. He often visits Jason’s gravesite and raises his death as a factor in his reluctance to take on new sidekicks, such as Tim Drake (the third Robin and current Red Robin), Stephanie Brown (the fourth Robin, and third Batgirl), Cassandra Cain (the second Batgirl), and Damian Wayne (the fifth Robin). Jason is memorialized in the Batcave; his Robin costume is preserved under glass, along with the epitaph “A Good Soldier.”

In the Hush storyline, it was hinted that Todd is alive, as a young man who strongly resembles him is standing on his desecrated grave. However, in the end, Batman finds that it was Clayface mimicking the role. In the “Under the Hood” arc, it is revealed that it was Todd whom Batman had fought, but he then switched places with the shapeshifter in collaboration with the villains Hush, Riddler, and Talia al Ghul. Todd reveals himself to Batman as the murderous vigilante, the Red Hood. Jason cripples Black Mask’s criminal organization in Gotham, and kidnaps the Joker and beats him with a crowbar in an abandoned building. During the ensuing struggle with Batman, Todd detonates the building, but he, Batman and the Joker survive.

The details of Todd’s return are revealed in Batman Annual #25 and Red Hood: The Lost Years #1-6.

 

From: Batman Vol.1 #427, 1988

Last night Warner Brothers and Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins, dropped a pair of trailers for the upcoming Wonder Woman movie!  It looks awesome!

 

 

 

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Wonder Woman is an upcoming American superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is intended to be the fourth installment in the DC Extended Universe. The film is directed by Patty Jenkins, with a screenplay by Allan Heinberg and Geoff Johns, from a story by Heinberg & Zack Snyder and Jason Fuchs, and stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya, Lucy Davis, Saïd Taghmaoui, Ewen Bremner, and David Thewlis. In Wonder Woman, after American pilot Steve Trevor crashes on the island of Themyscira and tells Diana Prince about World War I, Diana leaves her home to try to stop the war and becomes Wonder Woman.

Principal photography began in late November 2015 and wrapped in May 2016. Wonder Woman is scheduled to be released on June 2, 2017, in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D.

It’s been a year since Prince died and i’m still a little bit in shock.  I’m in shock because I still can’t really wrap my mind around the fact that he’s gone and because it already been a year!  I’ve always been a big fan of Prince since I was a kid.  As a kid, back in 1985 (I was 8)  I remember going with my mom over to her friends house to play Scrabble every Saturday night.  All of her friends had kids my age and we would play around the house while the adults sat in the dining room laughing and blasting music.  Invariably it always came down to two choices of music by the end of the night.  Prince or Michael? The debate was never answered or won, but it was always a source of lively discussion.  The answer didn’t really matter because by the end of the night both Purple Rain and Thriller had both been played in their entirety.  Those were two albums that were the soundtrack of my childhood.

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A short 4 years later in 1989, Batman was released. Up until then the only live action Batman that I had seen were the old Adam West and Burt Ward serials.  But as we all know now, this was NOT the same Batman from the Golden Age of comics.  This was a dark and gritty (a phrase that gets thrown around WAY to often nowadays) Batman who patrolled the garbage strewn alleys and the gargoyle laden rooftops of a gruesome Gotham City.  It seemed to perpetually dark and had a character all its own.

It seemed only natural that it had a soundtrack to match.  The score was composed by Danny Elfman, whose “Batman Theme” is now iconic for anyone who grew up on this movie, it’s sequels and Batman: The Animated Series.

Batdance was one of two songs that made it on to the Batman soundtrack.  The other being “Partyman” which was played during Joker’s parade of hot air balloons with Smilex gas canisters attached.  Batdance is pretty much two different songs mixed together.  The first part of the song is a crazy mix of electric guitar solos, soundbytes from the movie and and electro-synth piano/drumbeat mix.  The middle of the song, the “Vicky Vale” section, features more drum beats, soundbytes and Prince adding signature vocals. The third act of the song is similar to the beginning with more craziness added in.

The video for the song, features Prince in one half Batman costume and one half Joker costume complete with white face paint and green hair.

The video also features one Vicki Vale wearing a black dress with the words “All this and brains too”, a reference to The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller, in which a female news presenter wears a top with the same slogan.

Gemini is Prince’s astrological sign, and is a reference to the duality in his music. “Gemini” would also make an appearance in the “Partyman” video, but with the “Batman” half replaced by Prince’s face without makeup.

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The Batman and Jokers alternate dance sections, while Prince (as both himself and Gemini) sings the lyrics. The video ends with Gemini hitting a detonator, exploding an electric chair (referenced in the song), and Prince (actually Michael Keaton’s voice) saying “Stop” as the video abruptly ends.

The video earned Prince a 1990 Soul Train Music Award nomination for Best R&B/Soul Music Video, and nomination for Best Video From a Film from the MTV Video Music Awards of the same year.

What do you think about the song?  Have you heard it? Do you love it? What is your favorite Prince song?  Let’s discuss below.

To watch the full Batdance video, click here!

Batwoman vs. Knife (Batwoman #2)

Nightwing vs. Deathwing (Nightwing #19)

 

From: Nightwing #19 (2017)

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Script: Tom King

Pencils & Inks: Jason Fabok

Colors: Brad Anderson

Letters: Deron Bennett

Associate Editor: Rebecca Taylor

Editor: Mark Doyle

 

Wonder Woman is an upcoming American superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is intended to be the fourth installment in the DC Extended Universe. The film is directed by Patty Jenkins, written by Allan Heinberg and Geoff Johns, from a story by Heinberg and Zack Snyder, and stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen, Robin Wright, Lucy Davis, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya, Saïd Taghmaoui, Ewen Bremner, Lisa Loven Kongsli and David Thewlis.

Principal photography began in late November 2015 and wrapped in May 2016. Wonder Woman is scheduled to be released on June 2, 2017, in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D.

 

 

First look at Amber Heard as MERA in Justice League (updated)

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I don’t know why Zack Snyder continues to release these dim press photos. Here is a color corrected image that shows the craftsmanship off in a better light.  #turnonthelightszack

Clearer (and unfiltered) pic of Mera and her amazingly detailed costume

 

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Courtesy of IGN, we have our first look at Amber Heard as Mera, Queen of Atlantis from the upcoming Justice League movie.

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Review: Supergirl #2

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supergirl2fiSupergirl #2 has all the ingredients of an intriguing teen superhero comic: twisted family drama, killer robots, punching, and of course, adolescent awkwardness. Writer Steve Orlando, artist Brian Ching, and colorist Michael Atiyeh give Supergirl quite the hard time as various men in her life keep telling her what’s best for her from Cyborg Superman saying that he’s her dad Zor-El to her classmate, Ben Rubel, interrupting her and getting a spot as one of Cat Grant’s Young Innovators. In light of a male presidential candidate interrupting a female presidential candidate multiple times and still complaining about not having equal time, the events of Supergirl #2 are very relevant as Orlando simultaneously explores the tragedy of Krypton’s destruction and the cutthroat world of new media.

Speaking of media, Orlando and Ching’s take on Cat Grant is fantastic as they start to build her arc as a journalist who wants to…

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Batman vs. Deathstroke (Deathstroke #5, 2015)

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Batman fights Deathstroke Ben Affleck Batflek

 

Batman fights Deathstroke Ben Affleck Batflek

 

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Batman fights Deathstroke Ben Affleck Batflek

 

From Deathstroke #5, 2015 “Battle Royale”

Writer: Tony S. Daniel

Artist: Tony S. Daniel

Inker: Sandu Florea

Superman vs. Lobo

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From:  Superman: American Alien #7 (2016)

Writer – Max Landis

Artist – Jock

Colorist – Lee Loughridge

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Superman and Wonder Woman vs. Solar Superman (The Final Days of Superman)

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From: Superman/Wonder Woman Part #7; Part 7 Fire Line (2016)

Writer –  Peter J. Tomasi

Artist – Jorge Jimenez

Colorist – Alejandro Sanchez

 

 

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Superman vs. Solar Superman (Final Days of Superman)

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From: The Final Days of Superman #8

DC Rebirth Wally West travels back in time

Wally West travels through the flashpoint… (DC Rebirth #1)

DC Rebirth Wally West travels back in time

 

DC Rebirth Wally West travels back in time

From:  DC Rebirth #1 (2016)

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Wally West tries to warn Batman… (DC Rebirth #1)

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DC Rebirth #1 Wally West warns Batman

 

DC Rebirth #1 Wally West warns Batman

 

DC Rebirth #1 Wally West warns Batman

 

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Barry Allen and Wally West (DC Rebirth #1)

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DC Rebirth Barry Allen and Wally West Flash

 

DC Rebirth Barry Allen and Wally West Flash

 

DC Rebirth Barry Allen and Wally West Flash

From: DC Rebirth #1 (2016)

Batman vs. The Shredder

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From: Batman & The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Batman the Killing Joke

The Joker shoots Barbara Gordon (The Killing Joke)

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 Suicide Squad is an upcoming American superhero film based on the DC Comics antihero team of the same name. It is intended to be the third installment in the DC Extended Universe. The film is written and directed by David Ayer and stars an ensemble cast featuring Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, Jay Hernandez, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Ike Barinholtz, and Scott Eastwood.

   
   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

   
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
   
By February 2009, a Suicide Squad film was in development at Warner Bros. Pictures. Ayer signed on to write and direct in September 2014 and by October the casting process had begun. Principal photography began on April 13, 2015 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with additional filming in Chicago, Illinois, and ended in August that year. The film is scheduled to be released on August 5, 2016.

Superman vs. The Flash

      

 

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The creation of Themyscira and birth of Wonder Woman. 

  
  
  
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The Women of Themyscira!

  
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Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince (center left)

Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta (Diana’s mother, center right)

Robin Wright as General Antiope (far right)

Lisa Loven Konglisi as Menalippe (General Antiope’s lieutenant, far left)

General Antiope and her lieutenant Menalippe are in charge of preparing and training Diana on the isolated island of Themyscira. They don’t always see eye to eye with her mother Hippolyta who looks to shelter Diana as long as she can. 

Wonder Woman is directed by Patty Jenkins and is the origin story of young Diana Prince and how she transforms into Wonder Woman, the greatest Amazonian warrior of them all. 

Wonder Woman is set for a June 23, 2017 release and also stars Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Lucy Davis as Etta Candy and Danny Houston, David Thewlis, Ewen Bremner, Said Taghmaoui and Elena Anaya in undisclosed roles. 

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From: The Legend of Wonder Woman #1 (2015-2016) 

    
    
   

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Superman vs. Vandal Savage (Superman #50, plus five variant covers)

   
    
    
 

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A Lazarus Pit is a natural phenomenon that possesses restorative properties that instantly heal injuries and even grant immortality. The origins of the Lazarus Pit were accidentally discovered by Ra’s al Ghul while digging a pit. There he discovered the restorative chemical pools while searching for a cure for a dying prince. Although the Lazarus Pit saved the prince’s life, it also drove him mad and caused him to kill Ra’s al Ghul’s wife, Sora. This incident led to a series of cruel circumstances for Ra’s al Ghul, eventually turning him into the feared “Demon’s Head”. For several centuries, the Lazarus Pits were used by Ra’s al Ghul to prolong his life.

The substance that fills each pit is a chemical blend of unknown composition, seemingly originating from somewhere within the Earth’s crust. For an unknown reason, it bubbles to the surface only at certain key points around the globe, typically at the junction of ley lines. The chemicals can rejuvenate the sick and the dying (and even the technically deceased as long as they have not yet truly died), but will typically kill a healthy user. In addition, it appears to act as a youth restorative sometimes, decreasing the age of a user depending how long they were in the pit, and in many cases, resurrect the dead.

For maximum efficiency however, someone must be placed in the Lazarus pit within a relatively short period of time following their death. Although older bodies may be resurrected, there is no guarantee that they will return in perfect condition. On one occasion, Ra’s exhumed the bodies of Thomas and Martha Wayne, threatening to immerse them in the pit, thus transforming them into undead zombies.

When used to heal or to bring someone back to life, that person is also rendered temporarily insane — although in one instance when it was used for the Joker, the reverse effect occurred, i.e. it temporarily rendered him sane).

   
    
 

    
    
    
 

Midnighter vs. Deadshot (Midnighter #10)

   
    
 

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That final Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer though!!!! (Edit:Wait! Darkseid??????) *see pics*

Who’s coming with me to see this day one?!?!?!?

EDIT: I was screen capping the trailer for a separate post and lo and behold on one of the caps what do I see?  The Greek symbol or Omega on the cap where Batman is standing on the mountainside.  We know that Darkseid shoots his Omega beams out of his eyes, so is Bats on Apokolips? Or is this still the Knightmare dream sequence? Take a look at all the screen caps and  tell me what you think! 


 

    
 
    
    
   
     

   

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Superman vs. Salvaxe King of Barbarians!

 

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From: Action Comics #49 (2016)

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Superman uses kryptonite to burn away his poisoned cells.

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From: Action Comics #49 (2016)

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Batman and The Joker vs. Bane – Batman Europa #4

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